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Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by airdrone, Jul 12, 2015.
It's blocked due to copyrights, is what I see.
With no offense, I'm not a professional videographer, but your footage lacks:
1)movement: most scenes are of the same type; it is much more interesting when you capture your footage while moving forward, backward along with changing the altitude and moving the camera; to my mind panoramic video is the most boring
2)color-grading, especially regarding whites, contrast and saturation; the landscape is awesome, but it looks tenten on the footage
3)cut: it's too long; I've learned from my own experience that one scene should not last more than 5 seconds.
You should keep experimenting and everything will be great
In your item #3 there are two major flaws:
1. There is a BIG difference between a "shot" and a "scene." A shot, in its simplest form, is from camera on to camera off. A scene is created with a series of shots. For example, in Hitchcock's Psycho the famous shower "scene" is made up of 52 shots.
2. The notion that a shot should last no longer than 5 seconds is a totally erroneous and false idea without merit that has been propagated by folks who don't know any better.
Remember, knowledge does not equal understanding.
Sorry, I'm not a native English speaker, so my thoughts can be expressed a little bit confusing for you